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Morning Links: Beyoncé Edition

Beyoncé. (Jason Merritt/Getty Images For BET)

Beyoncé. (Jason Merritt/Getty Images For BET)

The Met acquires a Thomas Hart Benton mural. [NYT]

The Spanish octogenarian who did that interesting restoration of the Ecce Homo fresco is now trying to sell her own art. [The Guardian]

The College Art Association announced the recipients of its Wyeth and Meiss Grants. Lots of interesting–sounding projects here! [Artforum]

“Why does talented Beyoncé bow to the talentless art world?” Jonathan Jones asks? [The Guardian]

Simon Starling will create Tate Britain’s 2013 commission. [ArtDaily]

Will Cotton stages Peter & the Wolf at the Guggenheim. [WSJ]

Will luxury brands and the art world continue their “romance”? [The Art Newspaper]

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